OSINT,Deep & Dark Web Threat Surface Discovery
NST Assure's Red Team engagements start with a comprehensive Threat Surface Discovery using open-source intelligence (OSINT) gathering and Deep and Dark web enumeration to gather information on the target organization from readily accessible sources. This information is then used for later phases of intelligence gathering. The collected datasets are risk-scored and associated with one another to locate potential unidentified threat vectors. This approach enables a more comprehensive testing methodology and helps identify potential vulnerabilities that may go undetected.
NAASE in Red Team Mode
With NAASE, organizations can experience a realistic simulation of a cyberattack. When executed in complete zero-knowledge mode with no privileges, NAASE mimics the actions of an external adversary to test the organization's defenses. The engagement starts with open-source intelligence (OSINT) and deep and dark web threat surface discovery to gather information on the target organization. This information is risk-scored and analyzed to identify potential threat vectors. The external Red Team engagement aims to gain initial access and establish persistence in the client environment from the outside. Based on the scope of the engagement, various post-exploitation tactics may be employed to test the organization's response.
Reports, Trackers and POCs
With video POCs (Proof of Concept) for high-and critical-level vulnerabilities, we enable Application Developers to better understand and address security issues. We offer vulnerability prioritization and risk scoring, recognize that the suggested "best solution" is not always the most practical, and provide extensive assistance in creating native or compensative techniques to handle the problem effectively.
NST Cyber Adversarial Attack Simulation Exercise (NAASE)
NAASE, our home-brewed adversary simulation framework, is a tested and proven solution for evaluating an organization's cybersecurity defenses. Based on adversary techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTP), NAASE simulates attacks on the organization's critical functions, people, processes, and technology. The exercise's primary objective is to assess the organization's ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyberattacks and uncover potential vulnerabilities that are usually not detected through conventional vulnerability and penetration testing methods.
NAASE in Purple Team Mode
In this mode, the company's internal Blue Team works with NST Cyber's Red Team to conduct objective-based assessments that simulate well-known and quantified threat actors. The Blue Team evaluates the techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTP) and develops its ability to detect and respond to these threats. This collaboration allows the Blue Team to build and configure their detection and response capabilities using tried-and-true methods.
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Vulnerability Management Orchestration (VMO)
With Rich Collaboration and Support Features.
NST Assure Adversary Simulation, powered by the Vulnerability Management Orchestration (VMO) module, offers rich collaboration and control features for managing vulnerability remediation. Customers can access reports, trackers, POCs, and artifacts, schedule debriefing sessions, and plan the revalidation of findings with a seamless workflow. Vulnerability-specific support actions are available for Critical and High Severity observations, such as disputing observations, requesting more details, revalidating specific vulnerabilities, proposing new severity scores, or requesting additional information about findings.